“THE GREEK” IS A RADIO VETERAN WITH
A LOVE FOR ROCK & ROLL DATING BACK TO CHILDHOOD.
HE HAS BEEN, AT VARIOUS TIMES, A WRITER, AN EVENT PLANNER,
MARKETER AND A TEACHER- ALL OCCUPATIONS
THAT ARE SOMETIMES A PART OF RADIO!
ROCK 103 IN THE AFTERNOON IS ALL ABOUT THE MUSIC &
CONNECTING WITH THE LISTENERS OVER THAT BOND.
WE MAY TALK SPORTS, POLITICS, PETS, MOVIES..
ANYTHING THATS FUNNY AND PART OF EVERYONE’S LIFE.
TRADITIONALLY, ROCK HAS AIMED FOR CERTAIN DEMO’S – GENDER, ECONOMIC, RACIAL-
THE GREEK’S PHILOSOPHY IS ROCK IS FOR EVERYONE!
I had the opportunity to really take in the many ways our little corner celebrates our nation’s birthday this week and I have to tell you – we do it up pretty well.
First, on Sunday more than 5,000 attended the Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra’s concert at Festival Park. Fireworks added a nice touch to the Orchestra’s take on Stars & Stripes Forever at the end. This was the city’s “official” celebration, produced by Fayetteville-Cumberland Parks & Rec and co-sponsored by PWC. Nice …
On Wednesday, the 4th, I had the honor of helping resurrect the reviewing stand at the Hope Mills Parade with my friend Miss Sarah from Q98. They haven’t had a reviewing stand or emcee since before the Dam Lake catastrophe more than 15 years ago. It’s been a hugely successful parade all these years – makes you wonder how much difference a parade emcee makes. Still, I had fun …
(Pics courtesy of my buddy Frank Maness)
Then I headed to Hope Mills to catch the last bit of Rivermist’s show. Those guys are awesome and you’ll get to see them again at Fayetteville After 5 on July 13th. This is a view of the Hope mills fireworks from the All American Expressway before Raeford Road. I watched them all the way in.